Master of Engineering in Manufacturing
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Program Details

The online ME in Manufacturing degree program from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor prepares students to improve the quality and efficiency of manufacturing systems by giving them advanced skills in their engineering discipline, breadth across engineering disciplines, the ability to lead project teams, and an understanding of the complete product development and manufacturing process, including its management. Concentration areas include:

  • Production Systems & Quality Engineering
  • Manufacturing Design & Sustainability
  • Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Nano/Digital/Additive
  • Industry Safety, Health & Ecology

Requirements

  • A bachelor's degree in an Engineering discipline such as Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering (a bachelor's degree of technology or engineering technology is not accepted) from an ABET-accredited institution in the US (or the international equivalent)
  • At least two years of college engineering mathematics including probability and statistics
  • Degree must have been completed in good standing (generally defined as a US GPA of B (3.0 or above) or higher
  • Relevant industry-related working/internship experience by the beginning of the first semester of enrollment
  • Official undergraduate and graduate (if applicable) transcripts
  • One-page statement of purpose
  • One-page resume
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • GRE scores (must be five years old or less)

School Accreditation Statement

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission